Apple Retail Stores Receiving New Promotional Materials Ahead of WWDC

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9 to 5 Mac reports that Apple's retail stores are receiving shipments of new promotional materials that are set to remain sealed until Tuesday, suggesting that Apple will indeed have something new to show off in its stores following its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) keynote on Monday.

Whether the promotional materials are for new software and services such as Mac OS X Lion and iCloud or for hardware products such as new AirPort and Time Capsule base stations is unknown.

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ratzzo Avatar
166 months ago
Build up that hype...
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Project Avatar
166 months ago
I highly doubt Apple will be using window merchandise for the Time Capsule mate.
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spazzcat Avatar
166 months ago
Willing to bet Lion is coming out next week or the week after.
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Pink∆Floyd Avatar
166 months ago
That's the new iCloud logo for the window
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theone09 Avatar
166 months ago
Lion inside!! :D
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PorterRocks Avatar
166 months ago
Monday can't get here soon enough. :apple:
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